- n. Plural form of planchet.
“According to the statement, under current legislation the State Customs Service of Ukraine will formally register 50 gold coin planchets in the near future to send to the Austrian Mint.”
“Generally, all large cents of a particular die variety were struck from the same pair of dies, which are cylinders employed in a mechanical press to impart designs on prepared blank discs (planchets) that are thus transformed into coins.”
“To keep the diameter the same, the thickness of cent planchets was reduced, which meant edge lettering was no longer possible.”
“Most experts believe the error occurred when left-over bronze planchets were mixed with a batch of the new Steel planchets that went through the usual striking methods, then escaped into circulation.”
“Some of the Class III pieces are actually on higher-weight planchets, adding to their mysterious origins.”
“The US and other mints generally manufacture both a standard MINT STATE and PROOF version of their bullion coins, however the proof coins are manufactured to a much higher standard, with specially prepared planchets (blanks) and multiple striking.”
“According to Breen and others, three other 1795 Liberty Cap cent varieties were struck on the new, lighter planchets (prepared blanks) and these were not reeded.”
“All Norse pieces were struck with octagonal planchets, and the thick and thin silver strikes were almost the same overall diameter as U.S. commemorative half dollars.”
“Sunshine Minting Inc. in Coeur d ' Alene, Idaho, and Gold Corp. in Perth, Australia, supplied the planchets.”
“None of these are Buffalo nickels struck on dime planchets, although Buffalo nickels on cent planchets have occasionally appeared at auction.”
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